2019 Accolades


2019 Chardonnay, Anderson Valley

Rating: 91 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Fresh and bracing, this apparently lightly oaked, medium-bodied wine won’t get heavy after a glass full. It emphasizes lemon, lime and green apple flavors and a crisp texture that’s mouthwatering. Best from 2023.”

2018 Accolades


2018 Pinot Noir, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 94 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This lovely, fragrant wine is abundantly fruity and subtly spicy, blending ripe strawberry and red-cherry flavors with absolutely tempting cinnamon, clove and cedar spices. It has a generous, mouth filling texture lifted by a touch of tannin and fresh acidity.”

Rating: 90 points – Wine Spectator
“Features a minerally core, with linear red fruit and spice flavors, backed by fresh acidity. Loamy hints emerge on the moderately racy finish.”

2018 Pinot Noir, Ferrington Vineyard

Rating: 96 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Aromatic but also nervy and restrained at first sip, this tightly wound wine has a classic profile of brisk acidity and fine-grained tannins to support vivid and concentrated rhubarb, red cherry and oolong-tea flavors. It is built to age gracefully.”

2018 Pinot Noir, Wendling Vineyard

Rating: 96 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This is a delicious, deep and brooding wine that holds back just a bit on ripeness and spiciness to bring attention to black fruits, black tea and forest-floor nuances. An elegant texture of fine-grained tannins and nervy acidity give it a rare balance.”

2018 Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley

Rating: 93 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Concentrated but also nervy in texture, this full-bodied wine is driven by pure black-cherry and raspberry flavors while oak accents of cinnamon and nutmeg stay just under the surface.”

2018 Chardonnay, Anderson Valley

Rating: 92 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Fresh, vibrant fruit aromas and flavors drive this full-bodied and well-balanced wine. It floods the palate with flavors of crisp apple, ripe pear and a touch of pineapple while subtle hints of baking spice play in the background.”

Rating: 90 points – Wine Spectator
“Well-structured, with savory accents to the green apple, pear tart and sea salt flavors. Light buttery notes emerge mid-palate, showing oaky aspects on the finish.”

2017 Accolades


2017 Pinot Noir, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 95 points – Wine Spectator
Unctuous and ripe flavors of dark plum, cassis and cherry tart are filled with crunchy acidity and supported by fine-grained tannins. Creamy midpalate, with a long, plush and well-spiced finish that is loaded with sanguine richness.”

2017 Pinot Noir, Ferrington Vineyard

Rating: 93 points – Wine Spectator
Concentrated dark cherry, cassis and dried berry flavors are well-structured and flanked by juicy Asian spice details. Features medium-grained tannins, with a chocolate- and mineral-laden finish, ending on a creamy note. Drink now through 2024.”

2017 Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley

Rating: 90 points – Wine Spectator
Minerally, with expressive red fruit and berry flavors, backed by fresh acidity. The pure-tasting finish is lithe and filled with taut savory accents. Drink now through 2023.”

2017 Chardonnay, Anderson Valley

Rating: 90 points – Wine Enthusiast
A good sense of concentration and balance in this medium-bodied wine give it an appetizing appeal. Fresh apple and pear aromas are lightly shaded with baking spices, and the flavors follow with plenty of fruit, good acidity and a light tang on the finish.”

2016 Accolades


2016 Pinot Noir, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 96 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This concentrated and fruit-packed wine from a storied vineyard walks the line between ripeness and restraint. Flavors of black cherry and blackberry fill the palate, bolstered by a mildly firm feel. It offers plenty to appreciate now and is worth cellaring through 2024.”

2016 Pinot Noir, Ferrington Vineyard

Rating: 96 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This bold wine is complex and concentrated without being overly big in body. It shows gorgeous black-cherry and wood-smoke aromas, deep and delicious cherry, spice and clove flavors, and fine balance. There’s enough acidity and tannin to give it grip without holding back the fruit nuances.”

2016 Chardonnay, Anderson Valley

Rating: 90 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This is a delicious, no-nonsense wine that features pure fruit flavors, little obvious oak influence, good zingy acidity and excellent balance. Its strength is a slight sense of reserve that is refreshing and mouthwatering.”

2015 Accolades


2015 Pinot Noir, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 97 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Sleek, vivid and sophisticated, this wine wows with fresh, concentrated tones.  There’s a sense of taut balance between acidity and ripeness, with a laser focus of raspberry, cherry and strawberry flavors that extend the finish for minutes.  This great wine from a celebrated vineyard is an excellent choice for the cellar, best enjoyed after 2023.”

2015 Pinot Noir, Ferrington Vineyard

Rating: 93 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This generous wine has abundant fruit flavors and a warm, broad palate-feel that makes it very welcoming and delicious.  Red and black cherries and hints of vanilla in the aroma lead to rich dark plum and black cherry on the palate, while the texture is velvety due to mild tannins and full body.”

2015 Pinot Noir, Donnelly Creek Vineyard

Rating: 94 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Firm structure, excellent balance and profusion of fruit and spice flavors make this wine hard to resist.  Moderate tannins give great support to the concentrated black cherry and rhubarb flavors while a sense of richness stops short of excess.  Best after 2022.”

2015 Pinot Noir, Hirsch Vineyard

Rating: 92 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This is a light, floral red, aromatic in rose petal and white pepper, that evolves to show a wealth of balanced red fruit, from rhubarb to strawberry. A hint of cola is contrasted nicely against a plushness of cola and sweet tannin.”

2015 Pinot Noir, Anderson Valley

Rating: 91 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This delicious, accessible, easy-sipping wine has everything in moderation, from gently fruity aromas, to light but complex flavors of plum, black tea and spices, to medium body and a supple mouthfeel. It will taste good on practically any occasion.”

2015 Chardonnay, Anderson Valley

Rating: 90 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Freshness and lively acidity balance out the ripe apple and pear flavors in this medium-bodied, well-rounded wine from Mendocino County’s cool, coastal Anderson Valley. It’s a breath of fresh air compared to many overly sweet, buttery oak bombs.”

2015 Chardonnay, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 92 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Beautifully fruity and focused, this medium-bodied wine is underpinned by good acidity and accented with light butter and almond flavors to go along with the vivid lemon and crisp apple notes.  Fine balance and the pure fruit expression make it special”

2014 Accolades


2014 Pinot Noir, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 93 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Classic varietal aromas like forest floor, black cherry and spicy, ripe red-fruit flavors offer welcome into this medium-bodied, firm-textured wine. The structure is so firm with acidity and tannins that it keeps the flavors slightly in reserve, so it will benefit from a few more years in the bottle. It will be best after 2019.”

2014 Pinot Noir, Ferrington Vineyard

Rating: 95 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Power and grace come together in this deceptively concentrated, full-bodied, complex, sophisticated and age-worthy wine. A light hand on the new-oak nuances allows the pure, focused fruit flavors to course through on the palate and linger on the finish. It will be best after 2020.”

2014 Pinot Noir, Donnelly Creek Vineyard

Rating: 92 points, Wine Enthusiast
“Ripe-tasting spiced-plum flavors and a generous texture make this full-bodied wine easy to enjoy at first sip, and it offers even more payoff with continued tasting. It delivers plenty of fruit character, accented by complex cinnamon, clove and nutmeg spices and a grand feeling of breadth on the palate.”

2014 Pinot Noir, Hirsch Vineyard

Rating: 92 points – Wine Enthusiast
“This is a robustly built, densely packed and velvety wine with smooth layers of integrated oak. Tannins provide the power and foundation behind its crisp blue fruit and dried herb flavors, seasoned with cola and black pepper spice.”

2014 Chardonnay, Anderson Valley

Rating: 90 points – Tasting Panel Magazine
“Smooth and juicy with clean, bright flavors of pear, citrus and toasted oak; fresh, elegant and balanced, bright and fruit-forward.”

2013 Accolades


2013 Pinot Noir, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 93 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Classic varietal aromas like forest floor, black cherry and spicy, ripe red-fruit flavors offer welcome into this medium-bodied, firm-textured wine. The structure is so firm with acidity and tannins that it keeps the flavors slightly in reserve, so it will benefit from a few more years in the bottle. It will be best after 2019.”

2013 Pinot Noir, Ferrington Vineyard

Rating: 93 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Packed with fruit and tannins in almost equal measure, this robust but not heavy wine has a layered texture, bright flavors and a sense of depth and structure that indicate it will improve with time. It offers plenty of red cherry and raspberry flavors, and flashes of smoky oak that are well interlaced. Best after 2019.”

2013 Pinot Noir, Donnelly Creek Vineyard

Score: 92 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Reserved fruit aromas like cherry compote come with substantial accents of cinnamon and clove. Flavors are mild but delicious and bring more cherry and cranberry. The mouth-feel is rather soft and full, braced with fine tannins and a moderate oaky flavor that builds toward the finish.”

2013 Chardonnay, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 91 points – Wine Enthusiast
“A tasty blend of ripe fruit and baking spice aromas and flavors ride on a smooth texture in this medium-bodied, well-balanced and well-rounded wine. Subtle spiciness glides through the finish of this bottling, which should please most anyone.”

2012 Accolades


2012 Pinot Noir, Hirsch Vineyard, Sonoma Coast

Rating: 94 points – Tasting Panel Magazine
“Rich, spicy and deep with savory, lush black cherry; juicy and smooth, ripe and complex; long, balanced and stylish.”

2012 Pinot Noir, Savoy Vineyard

Rating: 93 points – Wine Enthusiast
“Big but well-balanced, this offers a deep, dark garnet color and slightly smoky, toasty aromas. A richly textured mouth-feel supports ripe, black plum and cherry flavors. It has a sophisticated and tasty oak influence, full body, fine tannins and layers of spice and fruit that linger long on the finish.”